Presentation slides : presentation slides outlining chord changes in key of C Major (princially white keys). Simple chords that Robert found on the piano. starts on dominant-function harmony ( 'G' ) . G and --- instead of 'G' an octave below -- one half-step (semi-tone) above that G-natural, making G# (or A-flat). l.h.: G + r.h.: F Maj. 7 right hand goes to G Major. then down to C Major right hand plays ascending Major (and minor) triads: C Maj. , d min. , e min. C Maj. then F Major in right hand with descending scale-wise in left hand: G , F , E , D, C | repeat what's above. G , G, G, G , G# , A (A7 is A dominant-seven chord : A+C#+E+Gnatural) l.h.: D + F Major (7) (d minor 7 or 9) http://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1QU4V3ncxld0IZzDJ18rUxm6jjAJ5ZG8JDi51bsivVpM/view#slide=id.g10bf66dd64_0_1388 D, D# to E (chromatic transition in bass / left hand) : to: e min. 7 https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1QU4V3ncxld0IZzDJ18rUxm6jjAJ5ZG8JDi51bsivVpM/view#slide=id.g10bf66dd64_0_1508 then goes to G + F Maj. 7 (dominant-function harmony/chord, again). --- Similar to "Arrastao" ("For Me") by Edu Lobo. G + F Maj. 7 , C + emin.7 , A7 , D + F Maj. 7 ____ Related is "Dada was Here" ---------------- G Major, F Major, E-flat Major down to : C Major then (keep 'C' at top of right hand voicing, to make:) D7 (D+F#+A+Cnatural) then move that up a half-step (semi-tone) E-flat 7 (E-flat+G+B-flat+D-flat) Lots of parallel motion.
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